Graham Potter sacks odds as Premier League sack race reveals he is on verge of being fired as Chelsea manager

Graham Potter sacks odds as Premier League sack race reveals he is on verge of being fired as Chelsea manager

Have a look at the sack odds that suggest Graham Potter, is on the verge of being fired following Chelsea’s downfall against Fulham 

Although the transfer expert and Italian journalist Fabrizio provided some new updates about the situation regarding Graham Potter at the club which suggests he might stay and be given a chance, odds are telling something else and wants the Blues manager out of the club.

Graham Potter, the manager of Chelsea, is on the verge of being fired as odds on his departure drop following Fulham’s victory, according to bookies.

Graham Potter sacks odds as Premier League sack race reveals he is on verge of being fired as Chelsea supremo

After another disappointing loss to their neighbours, Potter’s pricing has dropped to 2/1 from 6/1, when it was a second favourite that he will be the next manager fired.

Willian, a former Chelsea player, deflected a shot past Kepa Arrizabalaga to give Fulham the lead early on. A Mason Mount free-kick was headed over the goal line by Kalidou Koulibaly to give Chelsea the equaliser at the start of the second half. Goal-line technology proved the ball had crossed the line before Bernd Leno could collect. Chelsea’s situation worsened when new signing Joao Felix’s debut was early cut short when he was substituted for a high-footed challenge on Kenny Tete.

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By outnumbering Chelsea’s defenders and converting an Andreas Pereira cross at the far post, Vinicius helped Fulham take advantage of their numerical advantage.

Frank Lampard, the manager of Everton, remains the 4/9 favourite to be the next manager fired.

With new Southampton manager Nathan Jones already at 8/1, West Ham manager David Moyes is the third favourite at 6/1, behind Lampard and Potter.

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Meanwhile, to save their season following the horrible stretch that has put pressure on the manager, Graham Potter has urged Chelsea to play positively against Crystal Palace on Sunday.

Following their seventh loss in nine games on Thursday at Fulham, Chelsea dropped to 10th place and were farther behind in the race for Champions League participation. When numerous Chelsea players left the stadium without greeting the fans in the away end at Craven Cottage, the former Brighton manager begged the crowd for patience.

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